Farmers need to release manganese and other metals from soil reserves. Here’s how. | Regenerative Ag

When soil biology has an oxidizing effect, the supply of bioavailable manganese, iron, copper, cobalt, and other minerals is greatly decreased.

In this video, AEA Founder John Kempf explains why excessively oxidized soils tie up manganese and other metals. John also describes the cultural management practices that can shift soil to a more reduced state, releasing mineral metals in a plant-available way.

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Advancing Eco Agriculture works with growers to create customized crop programs, combining our biological and mineral nutrition products with regenerative practices to improve crop quality, yields, and disease and insect resistance while regenerating soil health.

AEA Founder and Chief Vision Officer John Kempf is a leading crop health consultant and designer of innovative soil and plant management systems. He has a unique ability to simplify and clearly explain complex concepts in the areas of soil and plant health, and skillfully discusses the larger social and environmental impacts of food, agriculture, and ecology.

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